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Thousands of anti-Bush protesters made their way to the Parliament Hill Tuesday afternoon. Here, 21-year-old Ali Barsen, 21, screams slogans from the steps, where he and about a 100 other protesters passed over some barricades. (Julie Oliver, Ottawa Citizen) A protester holds his sign next to a papier mache figure of U.S. President George Bush on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Tuesday. (CP PHOTO/Adrian Wyld) Thousands of people including Chris Hawkeye showed up at City Hall to protest the visit by U.S. President George Bush Tuesday morning. (Nicki Corrigall, Ottawa Citizen)
Protestors on Laurier Ave. in downtown Ottawa make their way to Parliament Hill to demonstrate against the visit by the U.S. president. (Jana Chytilova, Ottawa Citizen) Mimicking the pulling down of the statue of Saddam Hussein during the Iraq war, more than 500 protesters cheer as a likeness of United States President George W. Bush is pulled down outside the U.S. consulate in downtown Vancouver on Tuesday. (CP PHOTO/Chuck Stoody) Thousands of anti-Bush protesters made their way to the Parliament Hill on Tuesday afternoon. (Julie Oliver, Ottawa Citizen)
This unidentified woman was one of the thousands of demonstrators who showed up at Ottawa City Hall to protest the visit by U.S. President George Bush Tuesday morning. (Nicki Corrigall, Ottawa Citizen) Protesters prepare placards on the lawn in front of Ottawa City hall before marching on Parliament Hill to protest the visit by U.S. President George W. Bush. (Chris Mikula, Ottawa Citizen) Carleton University students Faisal Esmail, left, and Sam Menhinick leave Parliament Hill to join the protest at City Hall after President George Bush left the Hill Tuesday morning. (Nicki Corrigall, Ottawa Citizen)
Protestors in downtown Ottawa demonstrate against the visit by U.S. President Bush. (Jana Chytilova, Ottawa Citizen) In Vancouver, a crowd of more than 500 people took part in the lunch time demonstration against U.S. President George Bush's visit to Canada. This group gathered to chant slogans outside the U.S. Consulate. (CP PHOTO/Chuck Stoody) A protestor dressed as George W. Bush holds a mock missle with a message during a demonstration against the visit by the U.S. President on Tuesday downtown Ottawa. (Jana Chytilova, Ottawa Citizen)
Demonstrators keep warm by lighting a bonfire during a candle light vigil held on Parliament Hill to protest the George W. Bush visit on Tuesday evening in Ottawa. (Jana Chytilova, Ottawa Citizen) Protestors during a candlelight vigil held on Parliament Hill in Ottawa to protest the George W. Bush visit on Tuesday evening. (Jana Chytilova, Ottawa Citizen) Protesters burn their signs at a demonstration against the visit by U.S. President George Bush Tuesday evening at the Museum of Civilization in Gatineau, Que., which faces Parliament Hill from across the Ottawa River. (Nicki Corrigall, Ottawa Citizen)